2013: Kimener matched his career high with 17 goals and ranked second on the Outlaws with 15 assists, finishing with 32 points. Also, Kimener Added 12 ground balls and tied the team lead with two game-winning goals.
2012: Played in 14 games for the Denver Outlaws…Scored 17 goals, 1 2-point goal, and had 18 assists for 36 total points...Played in 2 playoff games, earning 2 assists.
2011: Played in 6 games with the Outlaws, scoring 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points... Recovered 6 groundballs...Played in 1 playoff game, scoring 1 goal.
2010: Played 2 games with the Toronto Nationals, scoring one goal and picking up 1 ground ball after starting the season with the Chicago Machine...Appeared in 8 games with the Machine, where he netted 5 goals, including one from two-point distance... Added 5 assists, to finish with 11 points, to go with 6 groundballs.
2009: Participated in 11 games with Chicago, registering 8 goals and 5 assists (13 pts.)... Set career highs in goals, points and groundballs (13).
2008: Ranked fourth on Chicago with 16 goals, while adding 6 assists (22 pts.) in 9 games during his rookie season.
Kimener was a two-time first-team All-America East Conference and All-American honoree at the University of Maryland Baltimore County...Named America East Player of the Year as a senior...Earned America East tournament MVP during his senior season.
Kimener earned consecutive first-team all-district and all-region honors at Oakton High School in Vienna, VA, before finishing his career at attended Bridgton Academy in North Bridgton, Maine...Named honorable mention all-area during his final two seasons...Helped his team to the State Championship as a senior...Majored in American Studies...Has three brothers and two sisters...The son of Carol and John Kimener, Terry Kimener was born on Dec. 1, 1984 in Oakton, VA.